Sunday, January 22, 2012

Music Manumit Podcast - That's our IP - 120122

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In this episode:
We discuss some of the music we've played recently and of course discuss SOPA/PIPA --just a reminder these shows are recorded a week earlier so our conversation doesn't include some of the positive turns this subject has taken.
And it seems someone was pirating music at the RIAA and they claim someone must have hi-jacked their IP address. Sound familiar? :)

Next week - Michael Gregoire from the netlable Bloc Sonic

Below are the random show notes that Doug took while we were recording.
Music show from last time: Link

Doug's Picks - Bowl Games!
Professor Kliq’s not so new album:

Tom's Picks -
"Epic Dub" by DuBoLoGy (Reggae, Dub) - CC-BY - Website

Awesome video about dubstep:

Rehersals released from the band To Die on StoneAge Records:

Opening Chat...which ended up not being the opening chat...
I want to think Nick of Music Manumit Lawcast for pointing me to Red Emma’s in Baltimore. If you are in Baltimore this summer, you might find me there!

Earth Day
Emcee Lynx and David Rovics, let us know! YOU, let us know!

SOPA Update: 
RIAA someone else is pirating through out ip addresses - Link
Also happened in Canada: Link

Project to help Wikipedia:

MC Hammer speaks out against SOPA! Link

Disco Sucks, Fuck Everything:

Seven-string electric guitars are particularly used in certain styles of music. Metal, Rock and Jazz seem to be the most popular styles, respectively. Rock/Metal artists such as Born of Osiris, Chelsea Grin, Fear Factory, Steve Vai, Scribe,Dream Theater, Animals as Leaders, Trivium, Korn, Deftones, Suicide Silence, Behemoth, Periphery, Nevermore,TesseracT, Textures and Mucc have all experimented with seven-string guitars over the years on different albums. Jazz artists such as George Van Eps, Bucky Pizzarelli, John Pizzarelli (Bucky's son), Howard Alden, and Lenny Breau also use 7-strings.

See 0:26-0:30 to get my reference: